Police said five cars and a house in a usually quiet city in Bergen County were torched early Sunday morning, CBS2’s Dick Brennan reported.
Since last Sunday, houses in Leonia, Fair Lawn, Tenafly and Englewood have been hit. Police say they’ve stolen electronic equipment and cash.
The reopening of a North Jersey hospital is one step closer to reality. The state health planning board has approved Hackensack University Medical Center’s plan to reopen the old Pascack Valley Hospital as a 128-bed facility.
Burglaries are on the rise all across North Jersey, and the source is in the sky.
A major supply shortage is sparking a quiet panic in parts of the Tri-State Area. There’s a food shortage impacting everyday families.
“If they told you in the beginning it won’t be until Friday, then you know it won’t be until Friday,” Ray Popkin, of Livingston, said.
No one in Libya was untouched by the tyranny of now late dictator Moammar Gadhafi, according to Dr. Abubaker Saad.
Police said organized gangs of thieves have been snatching expensive electronics from unlocked cars and in other instances stealing luxury vehicles.
Englewood police said there is no evidence of any foul play, but they’ll conduct autopsies on both the father and son just to be sure.
Customers in Fort Lee, Palisades Park, Englewood, Englewood Cliffs, Tenafly and Leonia are being affected.
Firefighters were called to the Englewood home of former mayor Donald Aronson on Brayton Street early Wednesday morning.
As word spreads that a string of burglaries in North Jersey and Rockland County might be the work of the new James Bond gang or an offshoot, Bergen County police are hoping that people will take simple steps to avoid becoming victims.
Bergen County authorities said the burglary ring known as the James Bond Gang appears to be back. They said there have been 40 burglaries in New York and New Jersey since 2009 that fit the group’s pattern — most of them in the last six months.
One New Jersey town was blanketed with a fine white powder Tuesday morning, but it wasn’t from a snow storm, it was just a flour shower.
Dueling protests brought out passionate pro-life advocates and Planned Parenthood supporters to Englewood, New Jersey Tuesday.